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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY -OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13 1910. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
GRAND JURY ON CLARK CASE
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STRIKES CRIPPLE EUROPEAN TRAFFIC
District Magistrate Named In
Connection With Police
Court Developments (
Tho Teirltorlal grand Jury Is In
cession tliln afternoon for the pur.
piisn of investigating tlio charges
Unit liavo been made against Henry
N. II. Clink, (ashler, anil .lion Zah
Ian. clerk, "of the police court olllco.
The Investigation Into the shortage
In tlic pollcq court fundi Is Intend
eil to be thniough, ami nccoidlng to
tho tleu'lopmcnlH today tlie result!
of the Investigation will Involve.
Frank Andrado,- district magistrate.
Tho Investigation already made
haR disclosed tho fact that Audrado
deposited u personal check made out
to the district, magistrate and sign
ed liy himself as trustee for thn sum
of $33ri. This check was unindorsed
and, according to the statement of n
government oMclnl this morning,
constitutes technical embezzlement
BOARD OF IMMIGRATION TO
Investigation of the needs and con
ditions of the Installs colonized a
I wild has been begun bv the lln.ill
of Immigration, and :i. arTeit v.'lll
be niadn to find out Jut what these
Immigrants should he Hippllcd It li
in outer to anibllnrato their condi
tion. The Hoard of Health has al
ready taken stops to tlean up the
camp and put it In! a sanitary condi
tion. Now tho Hoard of immigration,
till (nigh Hi'. Victor 8, Clark, Is busy
with an economic: rather than a san
itary Investigation. A Ilusslaii has
been employed to go among his coun
trymen and seo if there is any rea
miii why they can not got work,
move into better quarters and bo-
By E. Faxon Bishop.
"A vote for the straight Republican ticket is a vote to continue pros
perity in these Islands, prosperity for all classes. A vote for the Demo
ciatic ticket is a vote for a ticket named by a boss, mled by a boss, and
that, if elected, will be used by a boss. A Republican vote is a vote for
l'eprcsentative, government as aga'nst bossism; it is a vote against a ma
chine that dominates the mayor's, sheriff's and treasuter's offices in this
"From the standpoint of the conservative business man who is in
tetestcd in (lie industries of this Territory the only way to vote is
straight Renublican. Every vote for Jarrett or Ticnt or Fern is really
a vote for Boss McCandlcss either now or two years hence. No sane bus
iness man can afford to split his ticket this jcar. His own welfare is at
"A straight, clean fight as between bona-fide political parties always
carries with it the constitutional right of every citizen to follow the
standard of his choice, but my contjn'icn is that the Democratic Stand
aid in the piescnt campaign is not in eitdewe; it has beeji converted
into a standaid of an individual, of McCamlless, and is not representa
tive of a bona-fide partv. It is his ticket, his candidates', and his mas
tership of the whole caboodle that follow him even Deacon Trent, whom
the community had a right to believe had character enough to stand
for proncr motives in campaign methods vet ,'t seems that the "Boss"
is dic'nlor of all that are on the so-Cni;cd ticket of the Democratic party,
heided by a bolting Republican whose atrogant attempt to run the
whole show did not woik on the Republican side of the House, and re
snlted in his gninr; over to the other side, where it appears that he has
only to bid and the rest of them da his bidding.
"This being the case, what else ,-s thetc for a self-respecting citi
zen to do but to make a s'raieht fight against bossism, and straight fight
and straight ticket aie one and the same."
of tho sum mentioned.
The hasls for the gtnnd July pro
ceduie In i outlet! Ion with this fe.i
line of the case will hu leclliiu "IM'.C
of the Itevised l.aWH. which leads as
"If any officer or nny other per
ron, who, by any law, iegulation or
appointment Is charged with
tho safe Keeping, transfer or Ills
liiirrcnient of any money, note or
other effects or property belonging
to the Territory of Hawaii, shall con
vert the Kitne to his own uso or ben
efit, or to tho uso and benefit of nn
other than the owner or person en
titled thereto, or shalV loan with or
without Interest, or shall deposit In
his own Panic, or otherwise.' than In
the name of the Territory 'of Hawaii,
ffinnrinnrri 'nn Paee'2t I
'omo an acfulsltiim to tho Terrl.
torj's cltizciikhlp. i
Some of the members ot tho board
feel that theiu Is plenty for tho litis
slans to do mid the only obstacle In
their way Is not knowing how to go
about It. It Is argued that the Rus
sians weio brought hero at a big ex
peuro and that ever) opportunity
should be glcu them to settle In
tho Territory. Tho boaul's Inlwir de
p.utuiput Is In n position to help tho
Russians and will do so, as Is ovl-i
deuced by the movo Just made.
The colonists at Iwllel aro getting
away to tho Coast In coiiVdcinhle
numbers, Tho Wllhctinlna carried
out u lot of them j'esterday, and
more aio exported to lcao liy
FATHER OF NEW -REPUBLIC
While THeophllo Brnesi
is the president of the
new Republic of Portugal,
the real head of the suc
cessful party is Dr. Man
uel d'Arriaga, of fimchal,
Madeira. Ho is the last
living of three great Re
publican leaders, the oth
er two being Jose E. Gar
cia, of Lisbon, and Philip
de Frcitas of Opoito.
d'Arriaga is a famous
lawyer and statesman.
He refused signal honors
at the hands of King
Louis because of his re
publican principles. Jos
eph F. Durao, of Honolu
lu, a former resident of
Funchali is a personal
friend of Dr. d'Arriaga.
(AKsnrl.ittil rms P.lMc.)
MAnitlD. Oct. 111. Tho Spanish
troops throughout nil Spain are bo
lug Kept under anus and lendy for
nny move that looks like a revolu
tion, Today being Ferrer Day,
tmulMt was expected, but tho day
Tod.iv Is the llrst anniversary of
the eecutlon,of Ferrer, whom the
Spanish Socialists claim was foully
murdered by tho Spinlsh authoiitlcs.
TEDDY- AT MINNEAPOLIS
(.mecl.iUd ITihi C.iMp.i
INDIANAPOLIS, Ott. I.I. Colonel
Iloospvelt. accompanied by Senator
Ilcverldgo of Indiana, made a runs
lug iimpalgu speech hero today
An Immento mwd gathered to hear
Tour companies of tho Twentieth
nro on a twciily-dny hlko around tho
Island and last'nlght they cainiwd nil
(ho beach at Wnlalua. They have al
leady been out for six days.
Ono woman has been heard from
who has absolute coiifluonco In her
husband. Sho Insists iion UWugwItli
In two blocks of llroadwny.
GIVING THE LITTLE
FELLOW A CHANCE
Many an oak has sprung
from the acorn of advertising.
Many a man with an unusua'
proposition has won a big fol
owinn from a small nevvsna-
per ad. Many a specialist ha
developed tremendously from
the indirect appeal of a bit of
publicity judiciously placed.
, That is the purpose of the
Bulletin in its ' class
ified ads. to help the unpre
tentious to help themselves.
jThc Evening Bulletir
sets a special low rate to those
jwho shall use its classified ad
vertising columns simply as an
linducoment extraordinary to
taste of the advantages of
I sensible publicity.
i::i. .M.n:i. ii'Aititi.uiA,
lrl..l II III lr tin r.ililc t
LEXIXOTON', Ky Oct. 13. Tho
Hnnoster trotted two miles today
In l:lii 1-4. This establishes a now
world's tecord for the distance.
BARK SINKS AND
SEVEN ARE DROWNED
(AKXH'itiliit rrrHB Cable.)
Cl'XIIAI'KN. O t. 13. The Swc
dish bark Diana was Bunk today aft
er a roll Won with n coast llshlng
Steamer. Seeif lives tiro reported
Democrats and Home Rulers
To Invade Laic at the
I.nlc, tho Mormon settlement, has
lieen InMidcd by the political armies
of the Democrats and the iloiuo Kill
ers. Their banners will ha hoist
ed In the nli this evening before sun
set. Mill. MiCandlcsH, Democratic boss,
and Charles 1C Motley, Homo Itulo
leader, will both bo on deck at l.alo
tonight, us tho meeting Is a Joint
Link and Notley will bo tho prln
.dual speakers. They will address
Ulin l.alcllos on tho samo battlellold
'onlght and will undoubtedly throw
"xplrislvea at each other,
Tho Democratic boss hag taken
vlth hlii) Kanllio, the "Cannon Hall
if Kohal.i," and Notley la accompa
nied by D. Kalauokalalil Br.
Ilosdde tho .ale peoplo, tho meet
'ng tonight will he attended by the
Manilla and Wnlallia voters, who
have, expressed their dpslro to bo
presont. Tomorrow night tho two
irmles will meet again at Wnlalua.
At 7 o'clock tomorrow evening,
the Hawaiian Women's Club will
hold Its regular meeting at the homo
of Mrs II. J. Auhl. 121.1 I'ua lane.
The menibeiH aie urgently recpiested
lo he present, as matteis of great
Importance will be dlsciiKbed.
Tho I'nited States Rovernmnnt has
decided to send n 'battery of field ar
tillery to Hawaii, to bo stationed at
Fchofinlrt llarracks. An order of tho
War Department has been received
liy flovernor Trear, In which it Is
announced that Mattery I', First
Kleld Artillery, which has been at
tending maneuvers In Southern Cal
ifornia, will he sent to Hawaii on
November C. Tho guns mid animals
of the battery will follow on tho lrt
The battery has bpen stationed at
tho Presidio of San Krnnilsco for
BAN KHANCISCO, Oct. 13. Gov
ernor (llllett today Issued. a formal
rail for a Pacific Coast 'congress on
November 17 to 19 to discuss meas
ures to promote tho merchant ma
rine of tho rountry. nnd to secure
better protection from the United
Stnles navy. t
Chambers of commerce, commer
cial clubs and commercial bodies
generally have been Invited from tho
entire coast, and many distinguished
speakers aro expected. Tho congress
will probably call upon tho navy
department for an equal division of
nnvnl strength between the Atlantic
and la '"e.
AGED MAN HAS
DAYS OF AGONY
With Throat Torn By Jagged
Stick, He Fights
Ono of tho most rcmarknblo tales of
emliiranro iiml grit Hint has been
made public for n long time, was ills'
closed this morning when an old 11a
wall man named I.ut Aknmit, was con
veyed to tho Queen's hospital, suffer
ing with n horrlblo wound In his
Tho old man started off on Tuesday
last to look for malto vino mid, ac
cording to his story, somo two hours
nflf.r hn hml not tin to thn head of
iNiiuanii Valley, ho in somo way, foil
over a pall and, though struggling
hard to giasp something to break his
fall, stiiicK a tree ami a dean iirancu
penetrated his tin oat at tho sldo of
tho windpipe and broke off short.
Tho old man fainted from loss of
blood and only icincmbors that ho
rime to bis sensis la'e at night, with
tho moon shining on him. Hn thought
ho was dying and sank back on the
gionuil wheiu he lemnlned 111) day-
I light ye&tetilay morning,
I When tho sun aroi-o Aknmit torn
itliti stake fiom his thio.it and milking
In b.indige of tl le.nes and a part of
, his clothing, bound his wound In a
, pilmltlvo maimer. T)io need Hawaii
an next looked for water and, upon
(lnillng some began to 4drlnk; tho
lluld would not, ln))ncr, pass In hit
stomach and It all full to the ground
thiough tin hole In Ills throat.
It wns Ihen tint Aknuiii almost gavo
up all hopo of living and ho nuco
moid stio'chcd himself out on tho
j ground Tho pain Horn his wound
was InlcnMi. ami Ihif fact Unit li
found out that his oleo had gone,
added mis iy to Ills, stnto of mllid.
As the afteniooii rinsed In yesler
dav and Hie ulr became u 1 1 1 lit- cooler,
tho old man dotoi mined to ui.lko one
nioro attempt to teach a house befuro
Traffic Between Berlin and Paris4
Suspended and City
Antnclatnl rmw Cable)
PAIHS. Oct. 13. The great rail,
road strikes have spread with re
markable rapidity, until today a
large part of Franco Is tied up. The
city Itself Is In such turmoil as has
not been known for years. The
strikers, while not In possession of
tho streets, nro still going about In
disorderly mobs, and brawls are fre
quent, while the destruction of prop
erty is already reported.
rivo strlko leaders were nrrested
today, charged with conspiring
ngaliiht law nnd order, nnd wilt be
LAND BOARD EXPECTED, TO
DEFER ACTION ON KAPAA
No disposition of the Kapa lands
belli for lenso will bo made until n
full membership of the land board is
in session, according to news that
came from members of tho board this
mornlnc. Since two of tho most pro
mlneiii commissioners, W. A. Kinney
pud er, nro out of tho Torrltory
mi I i t expected back beforo Chrlsi
iiint.. it looks uw as If tho noted rase
not ln illsjiosed ol ery soon.
The commissioners who aro hero
and who han followed tho matter
closely feel that they want united
action of tho board, and scveial nt
them nro not disposed. It Is under
stood, to nccopt the offer of tho Mn
keo Sugar Company or anything llko
It For tho IC'.iO acres of land in the
Knpaa section, tho sugar company of
fers flflOO yearly rental.
(f-'I'Nl.it Hullo tin Wireless.) ,
WAII.IJKH. Oct. 1.1. W. H. Saffery,
Deputy Sheriff of llainakua district,
has resigned and Clem Crowd 1 wns
mimed by tho Hoard of Supervisors ns
Sheriff Instead. S.iffery's resignation
Is said to hu duo to his desire to run
for Sheriff on an Independent tlil.ot
hn died. He stiugglo to hU feet and,
holding iho baudago tightly picsscd
to Ills throat, took a zlg zag courso
towards whero ho thought succor
could be oh'uliind.
I. ate last night Aknmii reached his
Inline In Niiuaiiii Valley, and fell faint
ing on llm Door of his room. Ho was
too weak to walk nny further nnd ns
his Milco had failed ho could not ca'l
for liolp. This morning n nelghbo:
saw the old man crawling out on his
hands and knees fiom his house, and
at onco the jKilico wore telephoned
Tho patrol wagon conoed officer
Nohrlga to Iho old man's hoiiso. and
the imfortiiuiile Hawaiian was taken
to the hospital where ho was nt onco
treated for his leirlble llijili).
According to a dispatch from 111 us
ola, the llritish steamer AlborHllle.
fi nni the Congo for Antwerp, has been
wieckod on tho locks nt tint mouth
of the Congo lllver. The wssnl and
raruo wuo lost, but all on hoaid cleared.
tried Immediately. Other arrests
aro to bo mnUo later. -
I'our thousand llvo hundred coal
miners who hnvo been cinplojed In',
tho mines wcrq dismissed today, as '
there Is no chance to handle tho coal
by the railway. The dismissed' ml- '
tiers, it Is feared, will Join with tho
strikers in their demands. ;
Truffle between Ucrmany and
Fran re Is practically at a standstill
becauso of the strikes, according to.
reports from Merlin, whero number-l
less trains aro'wnltitig to carry l,aB3
sengers across ho borders, fib.
FOR TWO MONTHS
A little flguilng done by ono of tho
commissioners showed tho following
Tho wntcr supply will bo 0,000,000
gallons dally. J-lgured nt tho avcrago
rato, fix dollars per million, tho va
luo of the water supply yearly would
bo J21.nnn. The valuo of tho land la ,
estimated nt flvo dollars nn ucrc, or
$7.9.10 for tho whole, nnd tho land and
water together, nccordlng to these flg-j
tiros, Is $29,850 yearly. Tho Makep
company has bid, going by tho above?1
estimate, a bid of $930 less than the,''
aluo of tho land alone, not counting
In the value of the water.
Under such circumstances thq
board Is not likely to tnko Immediate '
nciiou. a meeting ni mo uonru in
set for this afternoon, hut: may not
j lie held owln gto lack ot a quorum.
Government Experts Examine
U. S. Counterfeits Found
Tho counterfoil coins that havo
hern found to bo circulating in Ho
nolulu nnd tliq Territory generally aro
believed to be of Chinese manufacture
III tho opinion of the expeits of tin);
United States Clovernmciit on the .
mainland lo whom the coins bavo
The ten dollar gold pieces, several
of which wore found to hu counter
feit, were examined thoroughly , nnd ,
tho llndlng Is ti tribute to the ability' '
of the countei fellers and their clevor
uexs In Imitating tho colli of tha'
The report shows that the cplns"
submitted for examination bear a
great leseiiiblance to tho counterfeit!!
Hint lmo be-n manufactured In China
nnd brought to tho United States. It"
Is not believed that thero la any ex
tensive counterfeit plnnt running In
tho Territory nt tho piesent 'time and
that tho coins that havo been found'
liuyo ilrlftril Into thn Territory from
outside sources. l
Peter Clriucloii, tho fl-ycnr-nld sou
of n wealthy Armenian, wns enticed
from In front of his homo 'In Union
Hill. N. J., recently by two men In n, '
iiilli;if oiiu urivii! muy vr"i Hicu